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>> the world is not going to be the same. >> right now at 10:00, friends mourn two people killed when a county. their had mobile home was picked up and ripped apart. >> there was a distinct sound of a train roaring through. >> siesta key is also hit by a powerful tornado that ripped off roofs and left debris everywhere. >> it was a perfect launch, but the landing?
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we'll see you what went wrong. >> good evening, i'm haley hines. >> two grandparents in manatee county br killed in last night's storm. a powerful ef-2 tornado hit this morning, throwing the home of steven and kelli wilson across the street. steven died at the scene and kelley died of a heart attack on the way to the hospital. their son and grandchildren somehow escaped. >> you can see behind me here, there are emergency crews here on the scene from the power company. >> you know, lloyd, as you said, this tornado came very fast -- flung across the street, sent topples end over end and into
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it happened fast but the pain is going to live on. >> randy sharp tried to warn them. >> they were trying to call them about 3:30, 3:00 something and couldn't get a response on their phone. >> do dangerous to go outside, the wilsons were on their own. >> it just blew like crazy and was here and gone, and then we saw red lights. >> the home bounced like a ball. steven wilson died on site, and their son and four grand kids were injured but escaped. >> you look at the debris behind us and this is just complete devastation for this home. >> there wasn't much he could say other than that the state would be there for them. >> when you go through something like this you want to make sure people know how important it is be there.
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is january and florida is better known ad the as the target of late summer hurricanes. >> we got woken up by the notification on our phones that there was a tornado nearby and we started watching the local news and trying to figure out where it was at from our house. >> family is left to pick up the wrebbage wreckage of the home and their lives. >> they loved their grand kids and neighbors and steve would do anything for anyone. it's just not going to be the same without them. >> the family is being guarded about the status of the four hospital -- >> all right, evan axelbank reporting reporting live, evan, thanks.
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the victims of the storm dnl there. damage there. the storm that tusd touched down in siesta key was also rated an ef-2. it damaged three condos, and as kimberly kuison starts it could have been much worse. >> the bad weather starts slowly. >> first a lot of rain and then you could hear the winds pick up. >> it was enough to wake up this couple as they slept, the warnings went out and then the tornadoes hit. >> there was the distinct sound of a train roaring through and my husband said "hit the floor!" >> it was a big roar and the wind got very loud. next thing we knew the ceiling cracked. the roof fell in. >> lois lived across the street
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>> my dogged started barking and by the time i figured out what it was, it was over. >> debris whereas everywhere however. >> you can see the roof if you would like to pan there, shingles have been torn. >> torn. >> torn. the unit i'm in is -- you can't live in it. all i'm going to lose is some clothes and some furniture. >> as residents couldn't believe lucky they were. >> we texted a number of thendz friends and said when you hear it on the fine. >> god took care of
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movingtornado jumped a canal and hill several other homes, several homes are broken windows and downed trees. on one home, the entire roof collapsed and a man and woman on the second floord second floor had to be rescued by firefighters. the woman suffered cuts and breezes. >> i have lived on this block since, oh, 1976 and i saw the whole street develop and never did i think i would see the whole street destroyed. >> sarasota officials estimate that the damage could toalts more total more than3 million county-wide. anyone needing to report damage is being asked to call emergency
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>> meteorologists mike bennett had a long him night tracking the tornadoes and you warned us they were going to be severe, and they were. >> and we wish we were not right but we've been talking about this for a couple of day, the potential at least for severe weather. here is the time line of events overnight hours. i want to freeze this at right around 3:10, when we saw a tornado over over southeast keyand sarasota. siesta key. estimated peek winds of 132 miles per hour. you are looking at video of the tornado, that one also an ef-2, estimated winds of 127. and by the way, the one in duet had a path length of 9.2 miles. even the one here at siesta key
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we often talk about the tornado warnings we see here in the summer time with the wowr water spouts coming on shore. they typically dissipate within about 100 yards or, so but these moved well inland, and with el anyone no expect with elnio, expect more of this to come. you never want to see a hook like this on radar, but that is exactly what we had this morning on radar. just an awful, awful morning, but the good news is things cleared out quickly, by daybreak everything was off to our south and east. that sets us up for clear skies dropping. and 50 in with a will you in
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so one of our coldest nights of the year. amazing, severe weather not this morning and 24 hours later, we are talking about temperatures in the 30's and 40's. and this is not even the coldest of the seven-day, i will have details on that coming up. >> a huge fire ripped by a building that had stood for decades in leesburg. >> flames shooting through the roof lighting the night sky as it destroyed the decades' old building last night. a bystander shot this cell phone video, and sunday we caught up with the business owner who took a first-hand look at the devastation, saying this building had stood for 100 years and had been in her family for
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hours after the fire broke out we found if if firefighters here putting out hot spots. >> well, i think it was quite disastrous to tell you the truth, it's a shame. >> joanne living new years and doesn't living nearby, anddoesn't know the owner but says. >> i don't really know them, but i feel bad for the owner and wish them the best. >> no one was hurt. >> the state fire marshal says the fire is still under investigation. the cause has not been determined. >> and spacex made another successful trip into space. >> it was a round trip, but they had a little trouble on the landing. and mike's seven-day forecast when the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl
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find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories. america runs on dunkin'. >> nearly perfect going up but not coming down. spacex successfully launched a satellite into orbit today but they failed in the landing. the california lawrchl of the falcon 9 went smoothly. >> but they had a problem once it got back to earth. >> three, two, one... and liftoff of the falcon 9 rocket with jason 3.
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california at 1:42 p.m. eastern time the falcon 9 rocket took off into the sky, this time launching jason 3 for research on the ocean. >> last month the private space company launched a rocket here in florida and land it had back on dry land. today they try it had again, this time attempting to land it on a drone ship but the rocket segment made a hard landing and broke a support leg. it was not upright after reaching the landing pad in chappy choppy choppy choppy seas. >> it was a great launch, very successful. it's interesting our first daytime launch and zero visibility from the ground. we heard it and it was
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standpoint. >> the company tweeting the landing shows improvement and he next attempt. >> they had two failed segment rocket landings. >> and we were talking about the threat of severe weather and then it happens pretty much as forecasters said it would. >> and timing-wise t works out too, right around 3:00 to 6:00 a.m. and then it was through the area, but boy oh boy, a lot of people woken up with the thunder and the wind. >> and we had the app going off >> unusual. >> and if you don't vt app, the app, you need to download it because it's not the first time this winder we are going to see this. >> you had your smart phone by your bed and paul's voice came
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>> one wake-up call you want to get. >> and you really need it in this el anyone el nio pattern. this is our severe season and we have a couple more imonts months to go. >> and it's chilly tonight. >> that's right, into the mid 40's tonight, and so big, big changes on the way. one of the things this afternoon was just how windy had it was. you see the camera rocking back and forth, and a crazy amount of whitecaps out there across the gulf waters and further out you are talking about seas of 10 to 15 feet. still a small-craft advisory in effect, and i want to show you this. a view on the storms we saw
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this is a look at the relos velocity, and you look for the cup lets diagnosis cuplets ofgreen and red together, and that is the signature that we may be seeing rotation. and there was one and another one south of that and south and east of that and so a lot of sheer in the at atmosphere and a lot of rotation and that is what helped to cause the severe storms and tornadoes, and we have three nights in a row of temperatures only in the 30's and 40's and acooler week a cooler week ahead. the next thread for storms arrives on friday and that may set the stage for a cooler
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68 the high, and 58 the low, and of course if you are outside, anything but 68 with the wind. a dewpoint of 46 and so very dry and cool air in place, winds out of the north-northwest, and we'll continue to see the winds dropping off overtonight and that helps the temperature drop off as well. it's 50 in wauchula, and 50 in crystal river. 55 in car sarasota. look at the gradient across the street the state. 65 for key west and snl pretty chilly considering where they months. 42 up in pensacola and 24-hour temp changes. 10 to 20 degrees colder now than
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at the cold air. seven below, three below in bismarck and some areas may end up 20 or 30 below before all is said and done, and we are going to get a piece of that colder airfilterring air filters filtering in. a crisp day tomorrow, but we are going to see some sun and see the winds die down as we head throughout the day. here is a look at your recap. early breeze, but dieg down, 44 degree, only getting up to 61, a chilly winter day. here is a look at your forecast, 60 on tuesday and overnight lows monday, tuesday, into wednesday morning look at those lows.
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don't get freeze advisories or warnings up, the children's parade on saturday, not the best of days. 59 and kind of breezy day. >> the democratic candidates faced off tonight for your fourth debade. >> bate.
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>> it's the democratic candidate the last face-to-face encounter before the iowa caucuses. >> tightened holds and raising tensions fueled a fiery debate tonight. >> i think it's very confusing
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every kind of health care is rolled up tonight. there are very legitimate questions that can be raised. >> we have presented more specific taxproposals i think than any other candidate. there is a bill in the senate that says three months guaranteed guaranteed family leaves and hillary clinton chooses not support that. >> i also thought this was going to be close. i feel very good about where we are. >> we are loosing ground, we started off at 3% and we closing in iowa and we are doing well in new hampshire. >> we cannot continue to lose 90 people a day, 33,000 a year to gun violence and i welcome senator sanders moving on one of the issues he was wrong on and i
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>> but what my view has always been and what is most important is that we have a strong instand background ground check, i have supported that since day one and i continue to support that. >> but for hillary, in iowa it's a different story, it's almost a dead heat. >> and the republican race is also neck and neck. we'll show you how trump and cruz's tussle may shake up the race on month's mother, power, and poll poll 2006 and politics and we also get our first annual state of the show
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>> and one of the victims in a deadly terror attack is a man from florida. we'll have his story coming up next. right now, all you're thinking about is finding quick cover, so you can continue streaming your favorite show in the great outdoors. and you don't need a dead zone further interrupting your otherwise- perfect afternoon. echo from bright house networks. eliminates dead zones, so you can stream confidently all around your home. and now connect to... premier tv, 15 megabit internet and hd-dvr service... only $92 a month
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>> a south florida man was among those killed in a terror attack in west after wi africa. he was serving as a missionary and working with the group shelters wings. he is from cooper city, inboro in broward county. he was killed when the terrorists stormed a came cafe. and the militants reportedly struck an area that was popular among tourists and not only did they shoot at the people but
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you see all of the damage left behind, a burned building and four of the gunmen were killed. >> at least two republican presidential candidates are raising raising red flags over the prisoner exchange with iran. >> this is one issue that all republican candidates are in agreement on, they are thrilled that the prisoners have been released but they feel it sets a bad deal for the u.s. >> this deal is really problematic and it reflecting a problem we have seen with the obama administration over and over of negotiating with terrorists and raising issues with --
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>> donald trump says we get power prisoner as and they get $750 billion, and this will create great incentives for others. >> what the spt president is now doing and not just with this but also with the castro brothers and withberg dal, he has put a dollar on the head of every merng american abroad. >> they can demand something of ridculously high value and as long as this american is president, they are going get it. >> they are giving the president
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they believe this release should have been done before a nuclear deal was ever signed. >> and this man went missing while in iran in 2007. he was working on an unapproved intelligence mission, and his family released a statement saying we are happy for the other families but once again, bob has been left behind, we are devastated. >> iraq had agreed to deepen our commitment as we search for bob, even as we rejoice in the safe return of others we will never forget about bob. >> it is not clear if he is still alive. he hasn't been seen or heard from in years. in 2011 his wife received an
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anonymous video of him in chains chains holding a sign saying "help me" and two marines marines known as superstallions collided during a training exercise. now the research for the marines on board is on. so far no sign of the missing men. >> and two men arrested, one accused or driving the other man to the airport where he was bound for syria to join isis. they were intercepted before he got to the plane and they are facing 20 years in prison. >> and this is a devastating tool of war that can impact government infrastructure and
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russian hackers are stepping up hacks on behalf of the putin regime. >> the like a thief that breaks into your home, they leave a digital trail of evidence and they are using their skills in a very patriotic fashion, against nato and the u.s. and against other countries like yiew train. there was a significant attack against the power grid in ukraine attributed to a peets of malwar on behalf of the cyber militias that caused the power grid to fail. >> this is using white ware malware and it will introi systems destroysystems and render them useless. >> the attack on sony was a
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involved the physical destruction of computer networks. and it was akin to dropping a bomb on the network. >> for the life of me i have no understanding why the president things that everything is going well. terrorism is on the run, china, russia, is advancing their agendas at warp speed and we pull back. >> one question is whether cyber attacks that result in physical damage amount to an act of war. >> the colima volcano was erupted in western mexico. it's been seen shooting ash and smoke over 9900 feet into the air. despite that, residents nearby
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for under 400 calories. america runs on dunkin'. >> two decades ago australia enacted stringent gun control laws following a ma shooting mass shooting incidents in years. >> but many say australia's laws united states constitution. >> they are called some of the most stringent gun control laws in the world following a mass shooting in the 90's that left 35 people go ahead and that attention.
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that's it, we are not seeing that gun and imposed tough, severe gun laws. >> the buy-back of have automatic and semiautomatic weapons, and there were more than 100,000 guns turned in. >> we may have mass cures in the future, you can't rule it out but there were zero following 1996 up to now. >> and the numbers of weapons experts say is rising, including illegal guns. the gun responsible for the siege in a sidney coffee shop for example, used an illegal shotgun, and three died. >> law-abiding citizens are the ones penalized.
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a nonstarter in second amendment america. >> and when they talk about an australia program they are not talking about a volunteer gun buy-back they are talking about a massive gun ban and confiscation of guns and americans won't tolerate that. >> hillary clinton has talked admiringly about this and the sites as well. >> and meet molly, she made this dress completely out of balloons in kansas city chief colors. they used several hundred balloons and it took her about 1500 hours to make it but the dress only lasts a few days but
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the chiefs lost to the paid yots patriots and by the way, this is not her first creation, they made one for the world series last year. >> you want to avoid sharp corners. >> maybe the patriots would play with those balloon, let the air out -- >> and is it that quickly? and how about this? a struggling team, one of the hottest in the nfl, they are
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aim to take dow >> well, the lightning are making their run. the bolts have gotten their game together finally and now have won five games in a row. they are healthy and that is making a dif rerntion difference especially with the triplets back together. the building pick up the pace in the second period against
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the panthers get caught on the change, and this is nikita's 179 goal this 17th goal this schuster is right there in the right place and the bolt v. a 2-0 lead. they have only lost one game this year with a 2-goal lead adds to his stats picking up an empty-nether and he is just twoind team lead with 18 goals. this team is starting to believe >> i think so. you can see it in the guys starting to pay together sciptly better every night, and you get a win. >> i think the guys are
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score sheet and this is what we would like to say about our team. i think team. >> the carolina panthers get away with playing just half a game of football. scoring enough points in the first half to hold off a hard-charging seahawks team, but they say it's a lesson learned. they have to keep their foot on the gas next time. this was the longest run against the seattle defense this season. seattle's first potential leads to points. and that this player the bucs dra finally it's newton's turn to light up the scoreboard and check out this catch from greg oulson that p
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-0 at the half. game over? not with seattle. carolina thinks they are cruise and shut it downut answered back with 21 unanswered points, and this one an valuable lesson but still advance. 31-24, and great story lines man banked up roethlisberger. the broncos started off with a le goa late in the first, they started to move.
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fumbles to weir, there for the recovery, and that was really a turning-point in the game. anderson. this one was not going to end up like last night's game. the broncos win it 23-16 and host the afc championship next week and so here is the schedule for next sunday, the patriots travel to denver for face the broncos. it's arizona at carolina, a game you can calf catch right sunday.
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ladies back on their opponents led most of the first half, and they 20-8 one with williams again supplying most of the power. the top scorer pumps in 21 points and ufs beats ecu.
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>> most of the storms rolled through the area. again, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 a.m., and the farther south you got the more we had in the way of logical and severe weather. but once it pushed through it was a pretty nice looking day, except for the winds. you saw the winds all day, hour. 68 in tampa for a high, but you head to the south and we did get 70's.
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venice, but for tomorrow, we are dropping this quite a bit. 5, 10, in cases 15 degrees cooler for highs than where we were today. 61 in winter haven. 59 in brooksville, and so a chilly day home after a pretty chilly start. we are at 52 in tampa, and you're at 48 in brand, mid 40's in brooksville, and 48 in date dade city. just inland, 49 in myakka city. and 53 in lake placid. here is the setup, satellite and radar. the cold front is continuing to shift farther and farther off to the south and east. meantime, in northern portions of the country, a lot of cold air.
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ward spreadingeastward and you have squall lines and snow pushing through new england. with another storm across the pacific florida northwest and california. temp wide, you -wise, it's zero in chicago, seven below in minneapolis, and 8 in columbus, 32 in new york city but that will change quickly over the coming days. again, as we head into the start of the day tomorrow, temperatures starting off in the 40's and we'll only be topping out near 60, and then even cooler yet but tuesday morning. the cold air continuing to filter in. in fact, tuesday afternoon and tuesday evening, and wednesday
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just of the week but of the season thus far. for the day tomorrow, 61, mostly sunny. a typical chilly winter day, and less breezy and feeling a bit nicer. the marine forecast for tomorrow, a high surf warning winds out of the north at 15 knots, and seas 4 to 6 feet and a moderate chop on the bay. high tide 10:31. bouncing back up to 71 by thursday, and only in the upper 50's to low 60's by next weekend. next friday at this point, still five days out it does not look to be a big weather -- >> well, it doesn't get much cuter than this.
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she adopted two cubs despite having one of her own to watch over. the other twin's biological mom was not producing enough medical milk but looking at her, she is doing okay. no sweat! >> that is great! >> well, the ride-sharing company uber is hiring more drivers. >> but they are easing up restrictions on who gets behind the wheels. why they may allow ex-convicts to be your drive, and how others feel about the change. >> change. >> the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
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